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Brown University researchers Hua Li and Gerwald Jogl have determined the three-dimensional structure of TIGAR, an enzyme whose presence in the body can warn doctors that cancer may follow.
It's all in the wiring: biocomponents at the heart of an artificial photosystem.
In the tiny world of amino acids and proteins and in the helical shape of DNA, a biological phenomenon abounds.
Arsenic may be tough, but scientists have found a Yellowstone National Park alga that's tougher.
Comparing aluminate and zincate compounds has revealed their versatility, which provides new tools for chemists.
Just how much water is there in calcined gypsum?
More than one nanostring to their bow.
Excess amounts of a naturally fluorescent molecule found in all living cells could serve as a natural biomarker for cancer, according to bioengineers.
The discovery of a new nucleotide in the mouse brain opens the door to a new domain of epigenetic DNA modification.
Phosphate chains store energy and have many more different functions in a cell.
Total synthesis of the lycopodium lkaloid (+)-serratezomine A.
Synthesis with a template.
Food mill for proteins - new method improves protein analysis considerably.
Large void storage volume within molecular-organic frameworks. New functional materials thanks to intelligent substrates.
Researchers analyze gas samples collected from Tasmanian volcano to determine processes at work in Earth's upper mantle.
New reaction mechanism at ultracold temperatures: 4 water molecules and one HCl are enough.
Finding drugs for neglected diseases ...
Rethinking Brownian motion with the Emperor's New Clothes.
Novel natural product from environmental DNA: Erdacin is a powerful antioxidant.
New cancer drug delivery system is effective and reversible.
New technique eliminates grain boundary defects: rapid heating prepares energy-saving zeolite for greater role in industrial separations.
New solid catalyst for the direct low-temperature oxidation of methane to methanol.
New X-ray technique illuminates reactivity of environmental contaminants.
Primeval ocean chemistry: Earth's early ocean cooled more than a billion years earlier than thought.
A UC Riverside-led study reports on the effects of biological oxygen production nearly 100 million years before oxygen accumulated in the atmosphere.
Open database details more than 2.7 million possible structures for molecular sieves.
Arsenic and gold clusters: Fast, easy, and highly sensitive arsenic detection with gold nanoparticles.
UD scientists take theoretical research on 'nasty' molecule to next level.
New insights into mushroom-derived drug promising for cancer treatment.
Green tea chemical combined with another may hold promise for treatment of brain disorders.
New platinum compound - a potent fusion of cisplatin and the orphan drug dichloroacetate - shows promise in tumor cells.
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